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this weekend on american history tv on c-span3, this evening at 6:00 eastern on the lincolnr, abraham authorities speculate on what might have been had he not been assassinated. >> we would have to assume he was going to follow a very cautious plan. and so he might not have been willing to have black codes and limited, but he certainly would've been much more conciliatory to the south. filmen it 10:00, the 1952 "round-trip: the usa in world trade." >> 10 million tons from this yard alone. an orange toom attract are going to 25% countries -- 25 different countries. >> philadelphia's carpenters hall, the meeting place of the first continental congress in 1774. >> you already ever patrick henry for his give me liberty or give me death, but even more
significant was his remark made here in the earlier days when he looked around the room and he said, gentlemen, we are no longer from massachusetts. we are no longer from pennsylvania. we no longer are from virginia. we are all americans. presidency,n the ronald reagan in the transformation of global politics. >> the reagan administration was attentive the human rights violations elsewhere in the soviet bloc. focusing considerable attention on the 1981 polish decision to impose martial law. complete american history tv schedule, go to c-span.org. >> your documentary has been selected as this year's grand
prize winner. seventh and ninth grades sisters year's grandthis prize winners of our studentcam documentary competition. they explain refugees and immigration policy. >> a refugee is defined as someone who has been forced to flee his or her country because of persecution, war or violence, and cannot return safely. with so many people fleeing the country's, desperate and without a home, politicians and institutes are arguing over one argued question -- urgent question, should the united states let our refugees into the country? asked middle and high school students to produce documentaries telling us what is the most urgent issue for the new president and congress to address in 2017? students competed for the chance to win one of 150 prizes,
totaling $100,000 in prize money. we received almost 3000 entries from 46 states, plus the district of columbia, england, germany, singapore and taiwan. and now we are happy to announce our first place winner. in the middle school category, the first prize winners are eighth-graders molly doherty, camden lewis, and eva decker from west scranton intermediate school in scranton, pennsylvania for the documentary "u.s. gun violence, a complicated puzzle." for the high school youth category, matthew gannon from gonzaga college high school in washington, d.c. for his documentary entitled "invisible," which deals with homelessness. he also won this year's fanfare contest. he will receive an additional $500. in the high school central category our winner is 12 greater jerrod clark from royal oaks high school in royal oaks, michigan for his feast "enough is enough: dealing with pharmaceutical pricing."
and our first prize winner for the high school west category is nice greater -- nice greater -- for herpes "fossil fuels to renewables: the challenges of transitioning." congratulations to our winners and thank you to all the students and their teachers for computing and making this year's studentcam competition a success. the top 21 winning entries will air on c-span and april, and you can watch all 150 when he documentaries online at studentcam.org. > american history tv, we hear about jesse owens and his legendary performance in the 1936 berlin olympics, and how black athletes confronted not azi rep. guinta: during the games. this was hosted by the california african-american museum in los angeles.